Springfield schools superintendent lauds MCAS results, but says more work to be done

Superintendent of Schools Daniel Warwick praised the results of the newly released MCAS scores for students in Springfield, which showed slight increases. But he said there is more work to be done as local scores — among the trove of statewide data released Thursday by the Massachusetts Department of Elementary and Secondary Education — remain below state averages. Warwick said students’ overall academic performance continues to improve. And, under a new state accountability system, Springfield schools were listed as “not requiring assistance or intervention.”

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